California-based company Trion Supercars has revealed first details on its latest model, the Nemesis. Set to challenge European dominance in the exotic supercar market, it will be powered by a twin-turbocharged V8 engine developing 2,000bhp.
Currently in the early stages of development, the Nemesis will be the company’s first ever model, having only been founded in 2012. Engine displacement has not yet been revealed but the motor will be a V8 and twin-turbocharged, developing 2,000bhp.
Power will be transmitted to the road via an eight-speed sequential gearbox, helping crack the sprint from 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds. Top speed is yet to be verified but Trion claims it will be in excess of 270mph. The Nemesis will also be fitted with active aerodynamics and a ‘Predator mode’, which when selected by the driver, modifies interior lighting, stiffens the suspension, lowers ride height and gives a more raucous exhaust note.
The debut model will be handcrafted from carbon fibre in America, with the manufacturer claiming the interior will be fitted with ‘cutting-edge technology’. While there are no images of the interior, digital controls and instrument cluster will be fitted.
Trion is also quick to boast about the Nemesis’ practicality, claiming the boot can easily accommodate golf clubs and luggage. As of yet there is no official word on pricing or when production will commence.